May 26, 2015
DeLaval launches new corporate website www.delavalcorporate.com to strengthen the DeLaval brand globally and to facilitate the sharing of information in the field of dairy farming.
Apr 23, 2013
JTP Farms in Wisconsin, USA, recently achieved unprecedented milk production with DeLaval voluntary milking systems, VMS™. In a seven-day period the dairy harvested an average of 2,933 kg of milk per voluntary milking system from their 247-cow herd. These results are the best yet for any VMS customer in the world – and possibly any producer milking robotically.
Feb 18, 2013
Hanover, Germany (13 November 2012) DeLaval announced today at EuroTier, an agri-business tradeshow, the start-up plans for its first commercial installation of an automatic milking rotary AMR in Europe. The system will start milking at Laproma Farm in Schlossvippach, Germany during the first quarter of 2013. Since its unveiling in 2010, AMR has completed more than 1 million milkings around the globe.
By travelling to China, Sweden’s Minister for Rural Affairs, Eskil Erlandsson, is taking the next step to improve Swedish export of food and food technology to the Chinese market. In his upcoming visit to Beijing and surrounding areas, the 23 rd -25 th January, DeLaval, among others, is contributing with knowledge and insights regarding the Chinese dairy market and to show how Sweden is well positioned to support the expansion of the dairy industry in China .
Nov 05, 2011
First DeLaval AMR TM commercial installation sold The pasture-based dairy farm where the automatic milking rotary will be installed is located in Tasmania, Australia. It represents the world’s first commercial installation of its kind.
Oct 05, 2011
Månstad, Sweden (May 10th 2011). Swedish milk producers Patrik and Elin Johansson prove that a holistic and automated approach to dairy farming is a reality. On Torp farm, Smart Farming is the key to long-term business profitability, expansion opportunities and sustainability.
Jul 05, 2011
A new study by Cornell University shows that dairy cows using the DeLaval Swinging Cow Brush (SCB) register higher milk production and lower clinical mastitis cases.
In times of decreasing milk prices for dairy farmers worldwide, cost control becomes more important than ever. For DeLaval, cost control means finding ways of using resources more efficiently, the company said at the World Dairy Summit in Berlin (September 21-24).
This week DeLaval produced its 5000th Voluntary Milking System (VMS) -the fully automated milking robot that provides dairy farmers around the world with a new balance between a more profitable business and enhanced lifestyle. The 5000th milestone reflects the interest and demand for automation in the dairy industry.
Stockholm / July 9, 2009. Belshina-Agro, a filial of OAO Belshina, has chosen DeLaval International as supplier of modern dairying solutions, including 12 Voluntary Milking Systems (VMS), to a 1000-head farm in the Belarusian Mogilev region. VMS is the DeLaval robotic milker, the latest dairy technology designed to meet the extreme requirements of automatic non-stop milking.
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